A pedestrian passes the Hamilton play billboard in front of the Peace Center in the rain.
A pattern of wet leaves on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
The rains of the last week have affected many of the Christmas parades in the area. Marching bands are disappointed that they cannot participate, but other parade floats could still run. Santa Claus was prepared here for the Travelers Rest Christmas parade by an umbrella and plastic covering for the suit.
The Shoeless Joe Jackson statue endures rain, as the entrenched wet weather system rained out another baseball game at Fluor Field.
Some of the regional heavy rain converged suddenly in Greenville on Sunday evening, causing flooding in some of the West End. In the case here, One City Plaza was just very wet.
April Showers bring May flowers, if the weather warms up by May. This is a view down the pedestrian part of Laurens Street.
One City Plaza on a rainy day.
The “Joel Poinsett” statue stoically survives the rainy weather. The rain was badly needed after a dry spell, but the weekend forecast calls for enough rain that may cause more floods in the Upstate area. Many weekend events and festivals have closed due to a high chance of dangerous road flooding with moisture being brought in by the Atlantic storm Joaquin (but no serious winds forecast).
One City Plaza lights reflected in the rain.
This Elephant Ear plant located in Falls Park is basking in the rain of an afternoon thundershower.